NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management

About this Course

  • The NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management has been offered since 2005 and is already established as a leading qualification in fire safety.
  • You will become trained in the legal requirements, the principles of fire and explosion and the causes and prevention of fires and fire protection.
  • It also aims to equip holders to contribute to the conduct and review of fire risk assessments and preventative and protective measures within most low risk workplaces, in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
  • NEBOSH qualifications are globally recognised by employers in all industry sectors.  Holding a range of qualifications in health and safety can be an advantage in today’s job market.
  • We currently offer this training across the UK at any of our centres or on an in-house basis nationwide.

Who is this for?

  • Managers, supervisors and individuals with fire safety responsibility.
  • Individuals carrying out a role as a Safety Adviser.

Learning Outcomes

  • Able to understand the health and safety legalities relating to fire.
  • Identify solutions to the causes of fire and explosion.
  • Deploy measures to minimise fire risk.
  • Advise of the management and maintenance of fire evacuation procedures.
  • Undertake a simple fire risk assessment of a workplace.

What are the Benefits for Employers?

  • The vast majority of fire-related incidents can be avoided using sound health, fire safety and risk management.
  • Many larger organisations choose the NEBOSH National Fire Safety Certificate as a key part of their supervisors’ or management development programme.
  • This qualification is also suitable for smaller organisations operating in lower risk environments, to assist in meeting the requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and/or the Fire Safety (Scotland) Regulations 2006.

Duration

5-Days including the exams.

Certification/Examinations

The award of NEBOSH Fire Safety Certificate requires a pass in the following two exams completed as part of your training:

  • FC1 – Examination paper (120 mins)
  • FC2 – Practical test – a basic workplace risk assessment and the preparation of a report following the course.

To obtain the full NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety & Risk Management Learners need to have completed NGC1.

Course Prices

Standalone NEBOSH Fire Safety Certificate £1080 incl VAT*.

Or save money by completing one of our multiple course packages from £2500 incl VAT*.  Click here to view all of our packages.

*All of our prices include exam fees, free parking, course material and refreshments.

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